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SubjectRe: epic100.c, gcc-2.95.2 compiler bug!
On Fri, Sep 07, 2001 at 04:03:15PM +0200, Ingo Rohloff wrote:
> BEWARE: DON'T USE gcc-2.95.2!
> I compiled the linux-2.4.9 version with gcc-2.95.2.
> And I can _definitely_ confirm that epic100.c triggers a compiler
> bug. (I have the erronous assembler code on my harddisk if anyone is
> interested.)

The following seems a gcc 3.0 bug, not sure it was fixed in gcc 3.01.

See the assembly generated with -O3 for the following code:

--------------------------------------------------------------
inline static long QInt(double inval)
{
long *l;
char *c = (char*) &inval;
inval = 68719476991.99;

l = (long*) (c+2);
return *l;
}

int main(void)
{
printf("%lu\n", QInt(OFFENDING_VALUE));
return 0;
}
---------------------------------------------------------------

the above function is compiled as:

.file "test2.c"
.section .rodata
.LC0:
.string "%lu\n"
.text
.align 16
.globl main
.type main,@function
main:
pushl %ebp
movl %esp, %ebp
subl $48, %esp
* movl $16776561, -32(%ebp)
* movl -30(%ebp), %eax
* movl $1110441984, -28(%ebp)
pushl %eax
pushl $.LC0
call printf
addl $16, %esp
movl %ebp, %esp
xorl %eax, %eax
popl %ebp
ret
.Lfe1:
.size main,.Lfe1-main
.ident "GCC: (GNU) 3.0"

Note the line I marked with "*".
The double var is 8 byte, it is loaded
moving two 32 bit words in the -32 and -28 offset.
Unfortunatelly with -O3 the "*l" value get
computed between the two 'movl', and not after
the second movl.

This code is really unsane anyway but this seems
a clear gcc 3.0 bug.

I hope that the gcc folks here may report the
problem if not already known.

I didn't tested it but maybe the same problem
exists with other 8 byte types like 'long long'.

regards,
antirez
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